The Witcher 2 Trailer Finally Released, with secret for fans.


Looks like the official trailer has finally been released for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. The Witcher 2 is being developed by CD Projekt RED and Atari and is finally starting to show signs of completion.

(video courtesy of Game Trailers)

Adam Kiciński, CEO of CD Projekt RED said during a press release:

“I am really glad to officially present what we’ve been working on for over two years,” said . “We learned a lot during The Witcher’s development process, and are using that knowledge to ensure the sequel is one of the best RPGs people have ever played. By improving upon the successful parts of the original and adding new elements we believe that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings will be loved by fans of the original and newcomers alike.”

The Witcher itself is a 3rd person RPG for the PC, and has a console counterpart coming late in the year, but is known for being very mature and containing adult themes as well. Not only that but the story was extremely in depth and compelling, being adapted from the works of Andrzej Sapkowski a polish writer.

Not only that but a hidden message was placed in the end of the video for those who could scour the video to find it, however the message has already been found and placed on the internet and is shown below, directed to their true fans and thanking everyone who has supported them through the years.

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I was able to play the original game for the PC and really enjoyed the storyline and am glad to finally see an official trailer besides what has been leaked occasionally on the internet. Who else is looking forward to this game as much as I am?

After playing games since a young age and getting into anime a bit later on its been time to write about a little bit of everything.


  1. wow…just…wow. I played the first one like there was no tomorrow, really loved it. It stands alongside with baldur’s gate and the longest journey ( my top favs). hope they don’t screw this up like so many sequels these days. gogo witcher 2!

  2. the trail was pretty good i am not sure how i feel about this one

  3. Good god I seriously wish this would coming to the Xbox 360.

    They have quite the ego, I can’t believe they said the PC was dying.

  4. The first one was just amazing, i really have no words to describe how much i liked it, it’s one of my favorites rpgs from this gen. Geralt, Triss, Shani, it was an amazing experience.

    The Witcher 2 looks even cooler, a better engine, new ideas, the experience, but the same liberty they had with the first, that’s the most important part.

    The message for the PC players, the fans, was a nice touch too, showing their focus on the PC this time again, while a console version is just planned for later. I really love the guys at the CD Projekt.

  5. Oh wow I didn’t read the whole thing. I didn’t realize it was coming out for consoles too.

    I hope they don’t half ass the console version.

  6. Actually, the first game is coming out to consoles. There’s been no news yet if the sequel will make the journey to consoles as well. The original game is going to be re-named The Witcher: Rise of the White Wolf. And is going to have the same story, but have other differences.

  7. That isn’t completely right Travis Bruno.

    The first Witcher got released for PC, and later was announced for the consoles as Rise of the White Wolf. Since then the console version was put on hold, CD Projekt said they will invest everything right now on The Witcher 2 for PC, and said this second game is being developed on a multiplatform engine, which is easy to port for the consoles if they want.

    The currently situation is: The Witcher 2 is being developed for the PC, there’s a possibility for this game on the consoles, and the first Witcher release on the consoles is on hold.

    Maybe after releasing The Witcher 2 on PC they will focus on the first one for the consoles, or go directly to the second, or both console versions can ends canned.

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